A lovely account of Paris …

Reblogged … from a story on Cafe Disenssus Everyday. Whilst reading this blog, I felt as if I was touring the lovely Paris as I had some years ago. We didn’t cover all the wonderful places mentioned in here so I know where I’ll visit the next time. A very good read!

By Jagari Mukherjee I wanted to see the city which has been immortalized by poets and artists. I wanted to see the city which had formed the backdrop in works like Alexandre Dumas’ Camille, Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du Mal, and Sartre’s The Age of Reason, amongst others. I had watched and loved movies like Moulin Rouge (based on Camille) and Gigi (based on Colette’s novelette). As for me, my painting of Paris will be a work of Impressionism rather than Realism as I attempt to recapture its essence mainly through the perfumed mists of memory.

Continue reading … via Paris: An Immortal Memory — Cafe Dissensus Everyday

 


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Reblogged on 11 June 2018 by Cecily Lalloo 

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